According to a recent report by National Employability Through Apprenticeship Program (NETAP) and TeamLease Skills University, around 45 percent of the fast-moving consumer goods and durables (FMCG/D) companies have expressed their interest to hire apprentices.
The report was prepared after a survey was conducted among 502 employers across 12 sectors and four regions.
“We are delighted to see the positive conviction among FMCG/D players who are extensively looking at hiring apprentices. The employers are fast realizing the potential of apprenticeship to meet their talent requirements. With betterment in ease of doing business, strengthening of product development and distribution capabilities, coupled with rising consumerism, we expect the demand for apprentices to grow stronger.” Sumit Kumar, Vice President of NETAP at TeamLease Skill University, said.